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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Hover your cursor over ‘Events’ and click on ‘Upcoming Shows’ or click on the Nick Straccini logo and scroll to the bottom of the Home Page to see upcoming shows. Following Nick Straccini Band on Facebook will also give you a full list of upcoming shows.
Yes. If you need more than the reviews and footage on the website, Nick can send you more footage. Feel free to email email@example.com and he will send you more footage and audio samples.
Nick is currently working on his first full-length album. Although he has some well-written catchy tunes, his music is currently only available to be heard at live events. Nick’s music is yet to be released, however, send him a message and he will put you on his mailing list in order to keep you posted.
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Yes. From front-to-end, you are covered. If it’s your wedding, Nick has you covered from Ceremony to Reception. He can play as a solo singing-guitarist -or sub musician in here – for your Ceremony, Jazz it up with a Trio for Cocktail Hour and go all out with a Fill-Band Dance Party & DJ for your Reception. He’ll even MC the wedding for you! Sound Man and all necessary lighting and sound equipment are provided so that you don’t even have to lift a finger! Nick Straccini and Nick Straccini band are your one stop peace of mind!
As a master of style, Nick makes sure the band is dressed appropriately for however formal – or informal – your event is. You can request special uniforms based on a theme.
Yes. Nick and his band love everyone equally. Nick is happy to provide services for any ceremony including same-sex marriages.
Yes! Nick will play any genre, from any era and can get the band to dress up accordingly to provide the perfect backdrop to your event. 1920s Prohibition? No problem. Nick will get some Jazz going. Motown Dance Party? Enough said. Throwback to Big Shiny Tunes era? Yup! Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, Nineties, 2000s… Nick’s got you covered!
Yes! Nick is a professional Master of Ceremonies (MC). It’s strongly suggested you have an MC outside of your family for your Wedding Day. All of your family members should get to enjoy the day fully. The pressure on a family member to be performing such an important duty is unfair. They should be able to kick back, relax and let loose. Although it’s Your Big Day, it’s also an homage to your family and friends for supporting you. A few extra bucks saves you the hastle of volun-telling a family member(s) that they have to MC. Nick has had a lots of experience running events and has seen the ramifications of ‘Uncle Mike’ getting behind the mic. As your MC, Nick will ensure things keep moving on schedule using his charismatic personality and humour and he is also bilingual.
Everything. With a killer band of top-tier musicians that can read and compose music, anything is possible. Nick Straccini Band plays Rock, Pop, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Motown, R&B, Country, Folk, Bluegrass & more. See our repertoire for a better idea. You can always request songs that are not on the covers list.
With enough notice, Nick Straccini Band can play anything your heart desires.
Absolutely! A $200 budget can afford you a solo singing guitarist for your ceremony. A $500 budget gets you Ceremony & Cocktail Hour music.
Yes. Nick Straccini is a one-stop-shop for all of your entertainment needs. When you book Nick or the band, a sound man and all necessary equipment, no matter the size of the event.
Yes. Gas and travel time and possible accomodations do need to be covered for all musicians and are factored into your pricing when a consultation is done.
Absolutely! We’re there to keep you and your guests happy. There is an added charge per hour that we play above the alotted time. If you carefully read the contract, you will see the per hour charge.
Yes. Make sure to ask about lighting in the consultation, preferably prior to signing a contract. Once the contract is signed, any lighting and other materials requested will be charged to the client and appropriate amendments to the booking contract will be made.
Yes! We’ve got you covered with the best of holiday/Christmas hits!
I see Nick does a lot of bigger events, so I’m not sure if we could afford him… but my father/mother’s retirment/birthday/anniversary is coming up and we’re having a party in the backyard. Does he do stuff like that?
Nick is an awesome singing-guitarist and loves the down-to-earth special moments just as much as – if not more than- the extravagant events his band plays. Nick Straccini can accommodate most budgets, you just might not be able to get him with a band. His weekend minimum is $200 for most events. Exceptions can be made if a very short set or one song is needed for an anniversary, let’s say. He is a master of love songs with his soulful voice. Contact him and tell him what you’re looking for and he’ll be happy to help you.
Yes! Love songs are his jam! Contact him and tell him what you’re looking for. He has done up specialized set lists for couples as well as even written songs for couples. Music is one of the best gifts you can give any lovedone!
100%! Nick is bilingual and would be happy to sing in French for you
I love Nick’s voice. I believe it would sound great on my album/in my project. Can I hire him to do vocals on my album and/or for a tour?
Yes. Nick is comfortable in studio and on stage. He can read charts and is well-versed with music. Send him the details on the project, samples of the music and any other important details and he will get back to you as soon as he can after deciding if he would like to collaborate with you.
Nick has his core line-up of players, however, he is always open to hearing new talent. Send him a message with what you play, and some background on your credentials and some media of you playing. If he likes what he hears, he’ll keep you on a shortlist of musicians he calls on when needed.
Yes. We require a flat, hard, dry surface to play on. Make sure there is electricity and cover from the elements, such as sun and rain.
The band is ok playing on the ground, however, a stage is always nice. General rule of thumb is 10 square feet per musician.